Where to stay in HongKong?

When I got back from Hongkong, many asked:
“Where did you stay? How much is it per night? Expensive?”
I believe, “accommodation in HongKong is expensive” has become a known fact.

To be honest, to find budget stays in, HongKong -one of the most expensive cities in the world, is rather difficult. But, I am here to share with you a few affordable yet decent hotels around Hong Kong that I’ve found during my last trip.

#1 Hotel Mini, Causeway Bay – from HKD418/night

Address: 8 Sun Wui Rd, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2537 4941

What I love about this hotel?

Hipster hotel lobby; the coffee machine, the swing chair & those quirky wall posters.





White themed minimalist hotel that is new, modern, crisp & clean.


FREE Wi-Fi. & well equipped facilities.
Indeed, small but compact.

Amazing location, located in the heart of Hongkong. 8mins walk to Causeway Bay MTR, which can literally bring you to almost everywhere in Hongkong.

Shopping: With a name synonymous with shopping, HK’s largest shopping mall, Times Square is just 2 mins walk away.

Food: The famous DinTaiFung is just 2 mins walk away.

Night life (bars): As a popular centre of nightlife in HK, you will find Mamoz with perfect night view in just 5mins walk away.

There is also a coffee shop right below for my morning coffee fix.

#2 The Charterhouse, Causeway Bay – from HKD500/night

Address: 209 Wan Chai Rd, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 2833 5566

What I love about this hotel?

– They have just upgraded their rooms!
White themed room (similar to Mini Hotel, but BIGGEERRR).



– Signature rooms;
which defines LUXURIOUS living with more floor space with complimentary business center.


– FREE wifi. & well equipped facilities – including GYM!

FREE phone during your stay, with free local calls and data.

Good HK style buffet lunch. It’s not your ordinary Malaysian’s buffet, they have delicious egg tarts, braised pork and legit hongkong kailan.

Location is equally good! Located at the centre of wanchai & causeway bay!

Besides, if you’re planning to stay in Hongkong for some time, & looking for a long term stay, I believe the below 2 will be a good fit.

#1 Stanley studio, Stanley

– Special Monthly Rate: HK$5,000 (60 – 120 sq.)
* Tenants who sign one year contract or above can get 20% discount of the rental.(Special promotion for the period until August 2016)

Address: No. 2 Tung Tau Wan Road, Stanley, Hong Kong Central
Phone: (852) 3793 3793

I stayed here for 2 nights, and I enjoyed my stay in this quaint village with luxurious bliss away from the hustle bustle of downtown Hong Kong.

What I love about this service apartment:

– Similar to mini hotel, the lobby is one of the HIPPEST!


– BRAND NEW SERVICE APARTMENT with dreamy white blinds & walls with minimalist furniture.

FREE Wi-Fi. & well equipped facilities



The tenants are very friendly. You will almost certain to be greeted with smile when you walk out of the room.

– Located right beside the St. Stephen’s Beach.

Walking distance to 7-11. (the staff here are extremely friendly, I walked there continuously 2 nights & had a good chat with them.)

Easy access to the city. Green mini bus no.40 to causeway bay is available at 10mins intervals.

– 7 mins walk to Stanley Plaza – you will find Mcd & Starbucks here.

#2 Apple dorm, Sham Shui Po

– monthly rates is starting from HK$3000 – inclusive of water, electricity and management fee.

Address: 129 Connaught Rd W, Hong Kong
Phone: +852 3462 3333

What I love about this dorm:

– Indeed small, but very cozy & inviting.


Air condition-ed (trust me, this is important especially during summer at HK!)

Spacious open air rooftop deck with comfy chairs and spectacular HK city & harbour view.

WIFI & maid service provided FOC. Helpful staffs that’s very helpful in keeping the place clean.

Dragon centre (food & shopping), just across the road.

Easily accessible – 10mins walking distance To Sham Shui Po Station (Exit C 2)

If you are aware of how high the properties price in HK is, then you will know this is a steal!

That’s all for now. It’s after visiting all these places, I started to believe that there’s truly cheaper alternatives exist in Hongkong, that offer an equally good comfort & quality.

Do check them out if you plan to visit Hongkong!
Cheers! :D


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